I'm creating a section in an app that includes a toggle switch. Initially, I used the same name as the section for the toggle label, but I started wondering if that might be too repetitive for the user.
I noticed that in some cases, like on Xiaomi WiFi configurations, the Wi-Fi toggle only displays the word "Wi-Fi" as the label, and for the title of the section too. Although I started questioning myself why it's not used Wi-Fi in the title and "Enable Wi-Fi" as the label of toggle switch.
In other sections, like Bluetooth the title and toggle label are also the same.
Given these variations, I would like to know what would be the best practice for naming toggle labels. Would it be more appropriate to use only the section name, as I did initially, or perhaps to use something like "Enable [function name]" or "Show [function]"?
Thank you in advance for your help and suggestions.